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"May"-king Lemons into Lemonade

"May"-king Lemons into Lemonade

As many of you know, I love to take a look at the calendar and see what holidays or national days of observance might be coming up. I wasn’t disappointed when I began my search for the month of May!
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Door Envy

Door Envy

I was driving around the rural area I live in the other day when I noticed one of those signs on a neighbor’s lawn. The kind of sign...
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Easter Desserts

Easter Desserts

Maybe you cook a spiral ham, roast a turkey or a rack of lamb for Easter dinner. All your favorite sides are there, from glazed carrots to potatoes au gratin...
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Bunny and Tulips Collection

Bunny and Tulips Collection

Continuing our series regarding our hand-painted glassware collections, I figured this is the perfect time of year to highlight our Bunny and Tulips Collection...
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"April Showers Bring May Flowers"

"April Showers Bring May Flowers"

Spring is finally here and we can legitimately begin to think about buds and blooms and spring gardening. This saying...
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Spring Décor Ideas

Spring Décor Ideas

After a long winter, there’s nothing I love more than to see daffodils and hyacinths popping up outside. Buds turning...
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St. Patty's Day Recipes (other than corned beef & cabbage)

St. Patty's Day Recipes (other than corned beef & cabbage)

If you’re like me, once a year you break out your large boiler or your slow cooker, and you make the traditional corned beef & cabbage with all the fixings. Carrots, potatoes and onions. Irish soda bread. And perhaps you wash it all down with a pint of Guinness. And trust me, I look forward to that meal so much. If fills the house with savory smells and whether or not you are Irish, you feel like you are for a day. 

But maybe you’re not Irish. Or maybe you don’t like corned beef & cabbage (gasp!). Or maybe you just want to try something different this year. Well, you’ve got the luck of the Irish because there are a plethora of traditional Irish foods that will have your mouth watering and your senses on overload.

Check out some of these scrumptious recipes: 

Ballycotton Fish Chowder  (from Cafe Johnsonia)

 

 

Dublin Cottle  (from Olivia’s Cuisine)

 

Irish Pasties  (from Living Well Spending Less)

 

Irish Whiskey Braised Short Ribs  (from What Should I Make For…)

 

 

Shepherd’s Pie or Cottage Pie  (from Natasha’s Kitchen) *

*note: Shepherd’s Pie is traditionally made with lamb; Cottage Pie uses ground beef  

 

 

Any of these delightful dishes will make for a tasty St. Patrick’s Day dinner, or any night of the week for that matter! Sláinte!

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Making Maple Magic

Making Maple Magic

’Tis the season! Not Christmas, but Sugaring season. Much of the northeast...
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March into Crafting

March into Crafting

Happy ALMOST Spring! Happy turn-the-clocks-back month! Happy Daffodil days! Happy March! 
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Useful, Versatile, Beautiful

Useful, Versatile, Beautiful

We spend a lot of time in our blog, our newsletter, and on social media, talking about the obvious uses of our products. Wine glasses for wine...
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Home Office Work Spaces

Home Office Work Spaces

These days, more and more people are working from home. The global pandemic has forced hundreds of thousands, if not millions...
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Tasty Valentine's Recipes

Tasty Valentine's Recipes

Whether you go all out on this special day, or just celebrate in a small way; Whether you are looking forward ...
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